One of only seven lawyers nominated to AWAW’s inaugural Women’s Power List recognising the leading 100 women in the wind sector globally, Ravinder counsels on corporate and commercial energy and infrastructure matters. Ravinder also has specialised knowledge of the OFTO tender process run by Ofgem. She is recommended by Legal 500 UK and IFLR 1000.

Ravinder represents a wide range of clients in connection with international, cross-border and domestic mergers, acquisitions, disposals, joint ventures, equity fundraisings, corporate restructurings and regulatory matters involving renewable (including onshore/offshore wind, solar and biomass) and conventional energy assets. She is widely recognised as a leader in wind energy.

  • Ravinder's experience prior to joining Orrick includes advising:

    • Race Bank Wind Farm Limited (a joint venture between Ørsted, Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund, a fund established by Sumitomo Corporation, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and Development Bank of Japan, and Arjun Infrastructure Partners and Gravis Capital Management) on its £472.5 million sale of transmission system assets relating to the 573 MW Race Bank offshore wind farm to Diamond Transmission Partners (a consortium between a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation and HICL Infrastructure PLC), representing the largest OFTO transaction by value at the time of closing.
    • An investor in relation to setting up a platform to invest in development stage solar assets across Europe.
    • Burbo Extension Ltd, a consortium of Ørsted A/S (previously DONG Energy A/S), Danish pension provider PKA and KIRKBI A/S, on the sale of transmission assets valued at approximately £193 million to Diamond Transmission Partners BBE Limited pursuant to the OFTO regime.
    • Statkraft on the sale of (i) its 40% stake in the 317 MW Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm to the UK fund manager Equitix for a value of £558 million and (ii) a 30% share in the 402 MW Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm to a consortium led by China Resources (Holdings) Company Ltd, a state-owned Chinese enterprise, for a value of £555 million.
    • Vattenfall on its acquisition of UK gas and electricity supply business ISupplyEnergy.
    • PKA, one of Denmark’s leading pension funds, on its acquisition of a 50% stake in the Teesside Renewable Energy Plant in the North East of England. Macquarie Capital holds the remaining 50%, and the total investment in the plant anticipated to be in the region of £900 million.
    • DONG Energy on its sale of a 50% stake in the 258 MW Burbo Bank Extension UK offshore wind farm project to Danish pension provider PKA and KIRKBI A/S, parent company of the LEGO Group.
    • A joint venture between DONG Energy A/S and the UK Green Investment Bank plc and Marubeni Corporation on the sale of transmission assets of the Westermost Rough offshore wind farm, as part of the OFTO tender round 3 process run by Ofgem, to Transmission Capital Partners, the consortium comprising International Public Partnerships Ltd, the listed infrastructure investment company, Amber Infrastructure and Transmission Investment.
    • DONG Energy on the £644 million sale to Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) of a 25% undivided interest in the unincorporated joint venture established in relation to the London Array offshore wind farm project.
    • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners on its acquisition of a 25% stake in the Beatrice Wind Project in Outer Moray Firth in Northern Scotland.
    • Velocita Energy Developments on its divestment of the Maerdy onshore wind farm project in South Wales to Greencoat UK Wind.
    • ScottishPower and DONG Energy on its divestment of the transmission assets of the West of Duddon Sands, as part of the OFTO tender process run by Ofgem.
    • DONG Energy on its divestment of the transmission assets of the Walney I, Walney 2, Barrow and Gunfleet Sands offshore wind farms, as part of the OFTO tender process run by Ofgem.
    • DONG Energy on its acquisition of the 800 MW Severn gas-fired power station project in Wales and the power engineering business Carron Engineering & Construction from Welsh Power Group.
    • WHAM Energy Plc on its takeover by Venture Production Plc, effected by way of a scheme of arrangement.
    • Technip on the sale of Perry Slingsby Systems, the manufacturer of remotely operated vehicles and other subsea equipment, to SCF Partners.
    • Kenexa Corporation, the US employment services group, on its acquisition of Quorum International Holdings Ltd.
    • A French electronics manufacturer on its acquisition of a UK electronics manufacturing business.
    • Walney Extension Limited, a joint venture owned by Ørsted (50%) and Danish pension funds, PKA (25%) and PFA (25%), on its £447 million sale of transmission system assets relating to the 659MW Walney Extension offshore wind farm to Diamond Transmission Partners Walney Extension, a partnership between Mitsubishi subsidiary Diamond Transmission, HICL Infrastructure and Chubu Electric Power. The divestment took place in accordance with tender round 5 of the offshore transmission owner (OFTO) regime, with Diamond Transmission Partners Walney Extension selected by Ofgem, following a competitive tender.